The Synergy from hell

Georg Dinkel goes to hell in polymer on PolymerClayDaily.com

Germany’s Georg Dinkel was the darling of the Synergy4 conference with his award-winning visions of heaven and hell in polymer.

His most recent small characters (which sold out quickly) allow him to complete a project in an evening. These creatures from hell (a la Hieronymus Bosch) give Georg a break from his complex architectural constructs that take months to build. The ship shown here was built over a metal gravy boat.

Synergy4 was a rich and energetic environment with perhaps the best presentations and most forward-looking projects yet. Georg has also posted some great shots from Synergy4.

My travel schedule continues and PCD posts will be sporadic for another week. In the meanwhile, please explore the archives and check in for updates. We’ll explore new ideas from Synergy4 at StudioMojo on Saturday. Join us there. 

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  • reply PiperPixieDesigns ,

    A gravy boat! YAS! This is friggin’ AWESOMENESS right here! Imaginative inspiration for sure 😀

    • reply Laurie Mika ,

      Georg is amazing in both his inventiveness and his execution! Bravo!

      • reply Diana Reid ,

        WOW!!!!!!!

        • reply LaLa Ortiz ,

          I am in awe! So much awesomeness!!!

          • reply Lorrene Baum-Davis ,

            Great post. It was Sooooooo much fun. Enjoy your travels.

            • reply Laurie lee ,

              steampunk city!!! love it!!

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